Ghost Busters Review: Mummy Dearest


Location: Oil Fields (Day)


It Just Popped In There: Are those pyramids in the background? Even if an oil rich country is in a sorta desert climate, would the government really allow multiple mechanic oil drills? Hopefully some antiques counsel was able to preserve history beforehand.

It Just Popped In There: Where did that mummy looking ghost and Thundercats like villain materialize from?


  • “Oil fields, source of most of the world’s power.” Prime Evil
  • [scratching head] “What kind of power?” – Airhead
  • “Oil you mummified moron. [static sound] Gasoline, fuel. Without it the earth would be helpless. No cars, no trucks, no trains would move. Imagine, the roads of the earth would be filled with automobiles. None of them would be moving!” – Prime Evil

It Just Popped In There: Was Prime Evil ever around humans before refined oil? The first car had only been invented about a century earlier. During the 19th century trains (and industry) used coal as a fuel source. Did he ever hear of electricity?

WAY LONG before any of that humans had other means of transportation. i.e horse power or well just walked. More like Secondary Evil.

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The Ghost Busters


Yes, you’re on the right sight, Ecto-Containment, a Ghostbusters site for ghostheads. Fans of what was Dan Ackroyd’s original vision of a supernatural comedy, then “grounded in reality” with the help of Harold Ramis, Ivan Reitman, and all those involved.

Eleven years before GHOSTBUSTERS was at your favorite theater The Ghost Busters was on your TV screen. I wouldn’t have known that as I was born when President Carter was nearing the end of his Presidency.

The Ghost Busters was a live action sitcom starring Forrest Tucker and Larry Storch. Bob Burns played Tracy, an intelligent Gorilla. I think I can honestly say I’ve never seen a complete episode of The Ghost Busters. Basically knowing that two guys and a Gorilla had been on TV and were kinda like Ghostbusters. Any preconceptions came long after I had seen GHOSTBUSTERS in theaters and was watching The Real Ghostbusters every week.

I grew up with the Ghostbusters franchise and chose it as “the” Ghostbusters over any competition it might have had. Including the animated GHOSTBUSTERS.

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